@sixpenceee, thought this might interest you. This is a metal structure located in Galveston, Texas, close to the Gulf Of Mexico shoreline, called The Kettle House. Not much is known about it,
but it’s believed it was built sometime in the 50s, and for over half a century rumors, myths, and urban legends have swirled around the structure.
The owner(s) have never been interviewed and even neighbors know little about the man who erected it.
Locals say that someone shows up and tends to
the property occasionally, only to disappear again for
years on end. They also say that around the turn of the century, the
owner(s) removed the rusty old top of the Kettle and replaced it with a
wooden roof. Since then, windows have been replaced, air-conditioning
was added, and a mailbox was placed out front, despite the fact that, as far as anyone knows, no one has ever lived in it. Locals believe the improvements were made
because the city council intended to tear it down.
Some locals also say strange figures show up late at night from time-to-time, and move about the property, appearing to be working.